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2023 Jeep Wrangler Willys Ecodiesel

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Took delivery of a 2023 Jeep Wrangler Ecodiesel in October 2022, and drove it 3000 miles. Engine check light came on, and took it in for service. Mechanic says the Particulate Matter Sensor needs to be replaced, but the part is not available until Feb 24, 2023 and will take 7 to 10 days to ship and install. Total time down is 10 weeks approximately. Rent car support was canceled last week. After owning reliable Jeeps for 25 years, this is not what I expected when I ordered it.

Opened a ticket with Stellantis Customer Care, but have not received a solution. Anyone had/having this experience?
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Update: the Sensor arrived, now waiting for a Particulate Matter Filter. This part is the one to arrive Feb 24, 2023.
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We have had a Ram 1500 eco since 2020, at 59k miles low oil psi came on screen, before getting to side of road engine shut off, had towed to shop, engine was trashed, dealer gave me a new cherokee loaner for 9 weeks till new engine showed up, after driving home I seen oil specs on tailgate, found rocker cover leaking, took back and they gave me a same year gladiator to use for 4 weeks till new cover came in, put 6k on loaners :)
But I love the engine enough to buy a new Rubicon with eco diesel, keeping pickup till close to warranty end and then selling it.
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